Host Internet Enabled Cameras Using Dns2p
A growing number of users are employing IP cameras to monitor company facilities, warehouses and retail space. Some are now using Internet-enabled cameras to provide real-time viewing of childcare and pet kennels.
In either case, Dns2p allows users to deploy cameras at dynamic IP addresses, enabling them to access surveillance via the Internet using their domain name.
To use Dns2p with your Internet-enabled camera, simply install and configure your camera per manufacturer instructions, then install the Dns2p client software on the same network as the IP camera. Signup the domain name you wish to use to remotely access the camera, register your Dns2p software and connect to the Dns2p service. It is that simple.